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Saturday, 2 April 2016

Air France, Ayatollahs and Rapist Tampons

Flights Paris-Tehran: 
Air France hostesses do not want to be forced to wear the veil

In the words of Homer Simpson: DOH !

Eight years after its closure, the connection Air France between Paris and Tehran will be restored on April 17th. While the airline considers the news "excellent", on the stewardesses' side, the atmosphere is less enthusiastic. Women members of the cabin crew are reluctant indeed to wear a veil covering their hair, as Iranian law demands since the 1979 "revolution-leading-to-devolution". 

Staff representatives reassure the Ayatollahs and their French dhimmies that they are aware of the need to respect the laws of the country they fly to. "We are not into controversy: it is not our role to make judgements about the veil in Iran", the source continues. "What we denounce is the constraint: the hostesses should be able to refuse this mission," adds Flore Arrighi, president of the Union of Civil Aviation (Unac).

Air France [Equal among Dhimmies] was quick to submissively emphasise that these Iranian rules are imposed on all other airlines, and that "tolerance and respect for the customs of the countries we serve are among the values the company...insh'allahblablabla ".

The Unac decided to alert Laurence Rossignol, Minister of Women's Rights, about these requirements by Air France, which have, according to the union, "nothing professional" and are "experienced as real attacks on the dignity " of women members of PNC.

h/t FdeSouche:  Source

I'm not holding my breath because Rossignol is after all part of the socialist Hollande Government...



From not quite the sublime to the frankly ridiculous (you may call me raaaaacist if you think Islam is a race). While some folk work for their money, others will use different means of potential income: 

Mother Sues Tampon Company For ‘Stealing’ Daughters’s Virginity (*)

Twin Falls, ID | An Idaho woman is suing the Kotex company for $1.4 million dollars after she claims one of her daughters lost her virginity while using a tampon.

The family’s attorney claims the product’s packaging did not issue any warning about the possibility of losing one’s own virginity while using the product.

“Why is there no warning that a women’s hymen can be broken when the tampon is inserted into the vaginal region? This is the question we ask” explained Ben Ali Mufta, the family attorney. “The breaking of the hymen and resulting loss of virginity of my client’s daughter will have dire consequences for this young girl for the rest of her life,” he told local reporters. “This is a tragedy that could have been easily prevented had the company taken its responsibilities,” he acknowledged yesterday.

The breaking of the hymen and resulting loss of virginity will have dire consequences for the young girl, believes family attorney, Ben Ali Mufta

A distressed mother

Fatima Ushban, mother of five and recently immigrated from Bangladesh, believes the company has tarnished her young daughter’s body.

“Who will want of my daughter now? Her body has been defiled, she is dirty!” she told local reporters in tears. “What will I do with her? Who will want to marry her now?” she asks about her 11-year-old daughter, visibly distraught by the whole affair.

An offensive gesture

Local imam, Yasaf Budut, claims the use of tampons is not allowed by Islamic law.

“All forms of masturbation are prohibited by Islamic law,” he acknowledges. “It is offensive to have this cotton inserted fully in the internal part of the vagina, because it resembles masturbation,” he explains. “The Quran is clear about this: make not your own hands contribute to your own destruction,” he warns, in hope that other young women will avoid such “dangerous and immoral” practices.

Local imam, Yasaf Budut, claims the use of tampons is prohibited by Islamic law because it resembles masturbation.  Source

LOL: I did think she was using the tampons wrongly.


(*)The Department of "Only in America" has been renamed to "Not Only in America". 

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